U.S. Code - Unannotated Title 2. The Congress

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  • Chapter 1. Election of Senators and Representatives
  • Chapter 2. Organization of Congress
  • Chapter 5. Library of Congress
  • Chapter 6. Congressional and Committee Procedure;  Investigations
  • Chapter 9. Office of Legislative Counsel
  • Chapter 9A. Office of the Law Revision Counsel
  • Chapter 9C. Office of Parliamentarian of House of Representatives
  • Chapter 9D. Office of Senate Legal Counsel
  • Chapter 10. Classification of Employees of House of Representatives
  • Chapter 11. Citizens' Commission on Public Service and Compensation
  • Chapter 12. Contested Elections
  • Chapter 15. Office of Technology Assessment
  • Chapter 16. Congressional Mailing Standards
  • Chapter 17. Congressional Budget Office
  • Chapter 17A. Congressional Budget and Fiscal Operations
  • Chapter 17B. Impoundment Control
  • Chapter 19. Congressional Award Program
  • Chapter 19A. John Heinz Competitive Excellence Award
  • Chapter 20. Emergency Powers to Eliminate Budget Deficits
  • Chapter 20A. Statutory Pay-As-You-Go
  • Chapter 22. John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Training and Development
  • Chapter 22A. Open World Leadership Center
  • Chapter 22B. Hunger Fellowship Program
  • Chapter 24. Congressional Accountability
  • Chapter 25. Unfunded Mandates Reform
  • Chapter 26. Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
  • Chapter 27. Sound Recording Preservation by the Library of Congress
  • Chapter 28. Architect of the Capitol
  • Chapter 29. Capitol Police
  • Chapter 30. Operation and Maintenance of Capitol Complex
  • Chapter 31. Capitol Visitor Center
  • Chapter 41. Congressional Officers and Administration
  • Chapter 43. Congressional Committees
  • Chapter 45. Congressional Pay and Benefits
  • Chapter 47. Congressional Ethics
  • Chapter 49. Congressional Pages
  • Chapter 51. House of Representatives Leadership
  • Chapter 53. House of Representatives Members
  • Chapter 55. House of Representatives Officers and Administration
  • Chapter 61. Senate Leadership
  • Chapter 63. Senate Members
  • Chapter 65. Senate Officers and Administration

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